Do not miss these DIY Starbucks Cup Ideas for Plants, especially if you are a coffee lover! Save ‘grande’ and make a good use of them!
Transform your everyday Starbucks cup into a creative haven for your favorite plants! This is the ultimate guide for coffee lovers and gardening enthusiasts alike, showcasing ingenious and eco-friendly ways to repurpose these iconic cups with these DIY Starbucks Cup Ideas for Plants!
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DIY Starbucks Cup Ideas for Plants
1. Upcycled Frappuccino Cup Planters
2. Tomato, Bachelor’s Button and Marigold in Coffee Cups
These sturdy Starbucks cups won’t break down easily, just like your thirst for coffee. Here’s the DIY.
3. Succulents in Starbucks
A little bit of soil and gravel can go a long way if you want to create a small coffee cup succulent container garden. With just potting medium, succulents, and gravel, you, too, can create this easily.
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4. Thriving Tomato Planter
5. Roses in Starbucks Cups
6. Cacti and Succulent in Plastic Coffee Cups
Don’t throw away those plastic Starbucks containers. Fill them up with water and turn the lip upside down for a tiny succulent and cacti planter for the balcony.
7. Cacti Globe in Coffee Cup
Just like the last one, you can create an amazing globe full of brilliant tiny cacti in gravel resting on a coffee cup. This will truly capture everyone’s gaze. All you need is soil, gravel, water, and a Starbucks coffee cup.
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8. Starbucks Cup for English Ivy
Growing English Ivy in water? Why go with a glass container when a Starbucks cup gets the job done with far more style?
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10. DIY Starbucks Planter for Neon Pothos
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12. DIY Plant Shelf Decor with Starbucks Cups
Adorn your shelves with repurposed Starbucks cups full of fake ice creams, artificial plants, and trinkets to make it stand out!
13. Starbucks Cup Succulent with Buzz Lightyear
Give your kid’s room a makeover with this tiny succulent in a Starbucks cup with a Buzz Lightyear toy that they’ll absolutely adore.
14. DIY Starbucks Jade Plant Idea
Go with a grande Starbucks cup for a grande jade plant, and you’ll never want to repot it ever again. Just slide in your regular pot inside a Starbucks container and you’ll have the same look!
15. Long Leaf Pair in Coffee Cups
Who knew Starbucks coffee cups would complement slender narrow stems and long leaves so much? Just fill the cups with potting medium and moss. Don’t forget to mist them regularly.
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16. Plant Pot Covers
Want to give your indoor garden a makeover in just 5 seconds? Use the Starbucks cup as a cover for your small pots! Just slide the pot in, and you’re done.
17. Starbucks Terrarium for Kalanchoe
Look how amazing and adorable these baby Kalanchoes look in this repurposed frappuccino container from Starbucks. Balance a terrarium filled with soil on a Starbucks cup and add water at the bottom. Once it evaporates, add more.
18. Baby Venus Flytrap in Starbucks Cup
Spruce up your tabletop and keep pests and flies away with this mini Venus flytrap in small Starbucks containers. Don’t forget to give it a pretty name like Carl here.
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19. Starbucks Pots
Go with this pair of pot and saucer-style Starbucks planters that will look amazing on every counter or dresser. A little bit of soil and gravel are enough for each.
20. DIY Starbucks Cup with Hydroponics
Grow green onions, celery, and herbs by harnessing the power of hydroponics and the beauty of simple Starbucks coffee cups. Just add vermiculite or coconut coir in water and start growing these.
21. DIY Plants in Starbucks Cups
With a little bit of work, you can master growing seedlings in coffee cups. What better way is there? All you need is some potting medium and some water spray.
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22. Devil’s Ivy in Starbucks Medium Cup
You might not be able to buy Devil’s Ivy at Starbucks, but you can definitely create your own with a repurposed coffee container. Just add some water and a handful of soil, and you’re good to go.
23. Plant Cutting in Starbucks Cup
Just fill a Starbucks cup with water and add the cutting to it. The hold in the lid will provide support, and the cup will make it look amazing!
As we bid adieu to this green journey, we hope you’re leaving with a heart brimming with inspiration and hands itching to dive into these delightful projects. So, whether you’re a coffee enthusiast, a gardening aficionado, or simply someone seeking a touch of green magic in your life, these inventive DIY Starbucks Cup Ideas for Plants have surely sparked your creativity.
Here’s to nurturing your inner gardener and crafting your botanical masterpiece, one Starbucks cup at a time!